|Northernmost point of Austria||51km|
|Stonewood Family Park||59km|
The cellars and the corridors were partially connected and formed a labyrinth. At certain points the Tabor Underground Labyrinth comprises several storeys and its deep is nearly 16 metres. The temperature in the cellars was relatively stabilised and rather low. This is why the cellars were mostly used as beer and foodstuff storage. In case of danger of fire or enemy attack, the underground premises may served as a shelter for the citizens.
After the Second World War, a part of the underground labyrinth - a section which is 650 metres long - was open to the public. The entrance in the underground museum is situated in the building of the Gothic City Hall and the Hussite Museum.
The Tabor Underground Labyrinth is accessible only with a guide. Opening hours: April - October: Mon - Sun 8.30 - 17.00. November - March: Mon - Fri 8.30 - 17.00.